We adhere to the verbal Inspiration of the Bible which declares:


In one God eternally existing in three persons: namely, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
The appointment of the Son of God as King of kings and Lord of lords.
The fulfillment of prophecy that Jesus Christ is the only begotten Son of the Father, conceived of the Holy Spirit, and born of the Virgin Mary.
That Jesus Christ met the requirements consistent with the principles of Kingship (power of will, residency and dynasty)
That Jesus was crucified, buried, and rose from the dead. That He ascended to heaven and is seated at the right hand of the Father as our King.
In the Second Coming of Jesus, to reign on the earth a thousand years.

Read 1 Corin 15:52; 1 Thess4:15-17; 2 Thess 2:1; Zech 14:4; 1 Thesss 4:14; 2 Thess 1:7-10; Jude 14, 15; Rev 5:10; 19:11-21; 20:4-6.


That the Law of God is the consolidated will of the Godhead.
That the Law of God is holy and eternal.
That the Law of God is personified in the personality and characteristics of the Son of God.
That the Law of God is fulfilled through the appointment and establishment of the Son of God as King.
That the Law of God is mediated by the Son of God through the new covenant.
That the rule of Law is rendered by the Son of God who is both King and Law giver (judge).
Eternal punishment for the wicked.
Eternal life for the righteous.

Read John 5: 28 & 29; Acts 24:15; Rev 20:5,6.
Matt 25:41-46; Mk 3:29; 2 Thess 1:8-9; Rev 20:10-15; 21:8.
Matt 25:46; Lk 18:30; John 10:28; Rom 6:22; 1 John 5:11-13.


The kingdom of God is ruled by a monarchy based theocratic governmental administration.
The Lords mandate is to establish and increase this form of government.
The Ekklesia is the institution through which this mandate is achieved.
The Ekklesia is a constituted body of citizens "called out" by Christ for the purpose of legislating his will within a given territory.
The emergence of this form of governance is underpinned by the fivefold offices, appointed by Christ and held by citizens accountable to the establishment of the Ekklesia within any given territory.


The Ekklesia is an elect body of citizens constituted by Christ through the new covenant.
The Ekklesia is composed of all tribes and nations who have been "called out"
The Ekklesia comprises of communal and legislative functions.
The Ekklesia are responsible to legislate the will of the governing authority within a particular domain.
Citizens of an Ekklesia recognise their responsibility to demonstrate "active citizenship".
Citizens of an Ekklesia collaborate to develop strategies for "active citizenship" within territories.

Entrance and active participation with the mandate and ekklesia are subject to the following:

Repentance: Mk 1:15; Lk 13:3; Acts 3:19.
Justification: Rom 5:1; Titus 3:7.
New Birth: John 3:3; 1 Pet 1:23; 1 John 3:9.
Water baptism by immersion: Matt 28.19; Mk 1:9-10: John 3:22-23; Acts 8:36 & 38.
Baptism with the Holy Spirit: Mat 3:11; Lk 24:49, 53; Acts 1:4-8.
Sanctification: Rom5:2; 1 Cor 1:30; 1 Thess 4:3; Heb 13:12.
Communion: Lk 22:17-20; 1 Cor11:23,26.


Commonwealth: Acts 2:44.
Fruit of the Spirit as evidence of kingdom life: Rom 6:22; Gal 5:22-23; Eph 5:9; Phil 1:11.
Spiritual gifts: 1 Cor 12:1, 7, 10, 28 & 31; 1 Cor 14:1 Acts 2:4.
Tithing and giving: Gen 14:18-20; 28:20-22; Mal 3:10; Lk 11:42; 1 Cor 9:6-9; 16:2; Heb 7:1-21.
Restitution where possible: Matt 3:8; Lk 19: 8-9.

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